The team resurrecting ancient Rome’s favorite condiment

On a sunny day at In May, a dozen people gathered in the Roman ruins of Troia, in present-day Portugal, with a recipe. The list of ingredients? 400 kilos of sardines, 150 kilos of sea salt and 350 liters of sea water. The group included archaeologists, nutritionists, palynologists, ichthyologists and, of course, a qualified chef. They had come together to …

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‘Sheer Qorma’ Muslim Indian love story breaks barriers

Award-winning non-binary Indian Parsi filmmaker Faraz Arif Ansari is breaking barriers again with his new film, “Sheer Qorma”. “I think the film itself is revolutionary in a lot of ways,” said Ansari, 31, who wrote and directed the short. “I don’t think a movie like this has ever been made in India.” The film is a 30 minute love story …

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Tesla opens solar-powered charging station in Tibet’s “city of the sun”

Tesla has launched a solar-powered supercharger station in the Tibetan capital of Lhasa, capitalizing on the city’s excess sunshine, as the US electric vehicle maker is launching an energy division in China. Because it receives 3,000 hours of sunlight per year, Lhasa is an ideal location for the power station, which uses a photovoltaic system to generate electricity which can …

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Despite Covid containment, Sri Lankan Buddhists celebrate Poson Poya

Each year, Chathurika Dasanayake usually takes a bus with her three children and neighbors to the “cradle of Buddhism” in Sri Lanka on Poson Poya day. Thousands of Buddhists in white robes flock to temples in villages across the country, although the main event takes place at Mihintale in Anuradhapura. Dasanayake and his neighbors engage in the observation of Ata …

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DNA Exclusive: How Women Have Become Easy Targets in “Jihad” for Religious Conversion, Check Modus Operandi | India News

New Delhi: As the UP police investigation into the religious conversion racketeering deepens, several disturbing reports emerge. The racketeering that operated from Jamia Nagar in Delhi, under which Hindus were converted into Muslims by brainwashing or enticing them, has ties to many states across the country. Zee News Editor-in-Chief Sudhir Chaudhary on Wednesday (June 23) presented the third edition of …

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Just the beginning – The Sopris Sun

Para leer in español, presiona aquí. By Vanessa Porras This Friday, June 25, the “Identidad y Libertad” exhibition will end at the R2 gallery of the Launchpad. For those who were able to attend the opening of the exhibition, two of the artists, Tony Ortega and Armando Silva, were present and gave a brief introduction to their work and the …

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Tesla opens solar charging station in Tibet, its first in China

BEIJING, June 23 (Reuters) – U.S. electric vehicle maker Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) has opened a solar-powered charging station with on-site energy storage in the Tibetan capital Lhasa, the company said on Wednesday in a statement. article by Weibo, its first such installation in China. Tesla does not have a showroom in Tibet, a remote and long-impoverished region. In its post, …

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Tibetan rap “godfather” spits karmic rhymes

Tibetan rappers must find creative ways to sing about socio-political issues to avoid Chinese authorities’ attention LHASA – In his tracksuit, silver chain and sparkling sneakers, MC Tenzin would look like any other rapper if it weren’t for the towering Himalayan peaks in his karma videos and rhymes . The self-proclaimed “godfather” of Tibetan rap is a leading figure in …

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“Make every day a day of yoga”

International Yoga Day was celebrated on Monday by members of the Odia Society UAE in Dubai. Also this year, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), including Odias, participated in this occasion with total enthusiasm in programs with limited attendance, parks and houses while respecting the restriction. Regular yoga practice can dramatically transform our lives by boosting our immunity, self-esteem, and self-confidence. …

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Teacher in hot water after allegedly using N-word in rap music chat

The fate of a white Missouri high school teacher remains unknown after students accused him of using the N word in a discussion of rap music. John Magoffin of Harrisonville High initially told administrators that he couldn’t recall using the full six-letter epithet during the April class discussion, FOX-4 Reports. But a district investigation found that three students confirmed that …

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